Number of registered motor vehicles surpasses 22 million: TurkStat
A total of 22.1M vehicles registered by the end of November 2017, according to official data
Number of registered vehicles on Turkey's roads reaches over 22 million, according to official data
Beijing Automotive Group Co (BAIC) chairman Xu Heyi said over the weekend the company will phase out sales of conventional cars in Beijing by 2020 and nationwide by 2025, according to the official Xinhua news agency.
Number of registered vehicles on Turkey's roads reaches 21.5M, according to official data
Militants attacked peacekeeping mission late Monday in south eastern region
"This is a milestone on Norway's road to an electric car fleet," Climate and Environment Minister Vidar Helgesen said
Fresh clashes between armed militia has forced thousands of people from their homes in the Central African Republic
France deployed troops in 2013 when Muslim Seleka rebels ousted then-President Francois Bozize
The Central African Republic, Chad, and Zambia had the highest levels of hunger in the report, while seven countries had 'alarming' levels of hunger.
France will withdraw its troops from the Central African Republic ending Operation Sangaris
Five French troops have been suspended for their role in physical abuse in CAR
Villages in the Central African Republic are taking the battle into their own hands using donated radios and satellites to combat LRA rebels
'I can confirm to you the end of Operation Sangaris during the course of 2016,' French defense minister says
The UAE and the Central African Republic have brokered a deal that will see CAR exporting its diamonds.
'The aim is to bring Operation Sangaris to a halt. I hope this is done during 2016, with small units remaining on Central African territory as was the case beforehand,' French defense minister says
For the second time in six months, there have been serious allegations of sexual abuse by foreign soldiers in the Central African Republic.
Large, peaceful turnout as African nation seeks to turn back on sectarian violence
Nearly 1.4 million registered voters are going to the polls in the country's parliamentary and presidential elections
Hospital sources said two people were killed, around 20 were hurt in fighting that broke out during a vote aimed at ending almost three years of bloody sectarian strife
Francois Bozize, who lives in exile in Uganda, is accused of committing crimes during the recent conflict in the instable republic